Boy’s Locker Room; Girl’s Locker Room; Boy’s & Girl’s Locker Room?
From CBS Los Angeles,

Sponsored by Assemblyman Tom Ammiano (D-San Francisco), AB 266 would require schools to allow students to play on sports teams according to their “gender identity” and not their biological sex.

However, revised language in the proposed bill would mandate that students “shall be permitted to participate in sex-segregated school programs, activities, and facilities, including athletic teams and competitions, consistent with his or her gender identity, irrespective of the gender listed on the pupil’s records”.

Yet another reason to homeschool.


Cereal Killer – FAIL


3 Vehicle Ferry – FAIL
From the OC Register,

NEWPORT BEACH – A collision on board the Balboa Island Ferry shoved a minivan into the water on Friday morning, starting the clock on a rescue of two young children and their parents as the vehicle went under.

Witnesses said the family – visiting from Taiwan — had only a few minutes to escape before the van sank in about 15 feet of water. A ferry worker jumped into the water and swam to help as two boaters pulled alongside the sinking van and helped the family out.

The “ferry” only holds 3 vehicles, in series, as can be seen in the image per this link. Evidently the minivan was the # 1 vehicle to board and, before the driver could engage it into Park, the # 2 vehicle accelerated too fast, pushing the minivan into the drink.


University of California system bans Chaw, among other things
In yet another instance of nanny-state nonsense, the University of California system is banning tobacco products from its campuses, including the advertising and sales, and including even chewing tobacco. Now, while I can recall sitting in university classes (with the California State system) and having an instructor or student light up, do we really need to government’s muscle in this area? From CBS Los Angeles,

The University of California has banned smoking and the use of chewing tobacco on all ten of its campuses.

The ban will also prohibit tobacco sales and advertising in all buildings owned or rented by the university.


Are you too drunk to homeschool?
Oh, no… wait… Are you too drunk to teach 3rd graders in a public school?

A third grade teacher in Winchester was arrested after allegedly showing up to class drunk.

Theresa Davis was removed from her classroom by administrators at Susan LaVorgna Elementary School just after noon Thursday when co-workers discovered she was seemingly intoxicated.

Let’s hope it was a medication mix-up and not alcohol related.

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